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A "blank" is a fluid-impervious material that is used to cover surfaces that are likely to become contaminated.
"blank" are surfaces that are not directly touched but often are touched by contaminated instruments.
"blank" are surfaces that do not contact the members of the dental team or the contaminated instruments or supplies.
Splash, spatter, and droplet surfaces
"blank" is the removal of bioburden before disinfection.
A chemical to reduce or lower the number of microorganisms is a "blank"
"blank" is the action that continues long after the initial application.
Blood, saliva, and other body fluids are considered "blank"
A "blank" agent is capable of inactivating
A disinfectant that is capable of killing a wide range of microbes is labeled "blank"
An EPA-registered intermediate-level hospital disinfectant is an "blank"
A "blank" is an EPA-registered intermediate-level hospital disinfectant with broad-spectrum disinfecting action.
synthetic phenol compound
"blank" is classified as a high-level disinfectant or sterilant.
"blank" is an effective rapid-acting environmental surface disinfectant or chemical sterilant.
An "blank" detroys
viruses, fungi, and vegetative bacteria and is used for disinfecting dental operatory surfaces.
A "blank" destroys certain viruses and fungi and can be used for general housecleaning purposes (eg., walls, floors)
Minimizing the environmental impact of infection control products and procedures is called "blank".
greener infection control